Free Chore List for Kids
Chore training is mostly through play at young ages. When you read on the list the chores for ages 18-months to 2-years, know that many of those listed are for the middle-side of 2. There is no major expectation in those years, except to have the little ones “play” along, while learning that every family member has a special and needed role in family life.
An advantage to having a big growing family is that the younger children have older siblings as role models. It’s a beautiful thing. Our big boys could almost run the household themselves at this point. Although they don’t run this show alone-we do family chore time together in the afternoons-it’s nice to know that they understand the flow of our household. When I had our last baby, Liam Joseph, my mom was amazed at how the children zipped through the house in the morning, working on their morning list.
This list is very specific to my experience with my family. Every family and child is unique!
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